Simulated Open Water Activities
We bring the outside in and allow students to practice open water skills in a controlled environment. Preparing them for the ocean, inland waterways, boating trips and more.
Deep Water Survival
We train students to increase the length of time they can survive in deep water using a range of techniques including safety turns, treading water, flotation and sculling.
Clothed Survival Swimming
Most dangerous situations in an aquatic environment are unexpected, that is why we have our students swim in clothing to experience the heavy drag it creates. Students test how long they can continuously swim using energy efficient survival strokes.
Proficiency in underwater swimming skills can help a student navigate and escape dangerous situations, dive under waves in the ocean and even rescue a victim.
Self-preservation is key, so students are taught in age-appropriate steps how to help others who may be in danger, safely and responsibly, thereby creating the next generation of water responsible Australians.